This show has been commercially released as " Fillmore West 1969: Complete Recordings"
Disc 1 / Set 1
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Doin' That Rag
Cryptical Envelopment >
The Other One >
E: (couldn't fit on disk 2) Cosmic Charlie
Disc 2 / Set 2
Dupree's Diamone Blues >
Mountains Of The Moon >
Dark Star >
St. Stephen >
The Eleven >
Turn On Your Lovelight
David Hollister had posted these flaw notes: "There is a very small dropout during Cryptical and a reel cut during the Eleven. At the beginning of Mountains, there is a very small section of
music that is apparently repeated, maybe 1.5 seconds worth. At the beginning of
St. Stephen there's a tiny blip... overall this is a stellar show."; the 2 cuts are on all known copies
February 28, 2016 Subject:
no review, its '69 get it!
but i did want to shout out to the powers that be; a great big thank you for re-posting commercial releases...all of this free music is why the dead grew and lived on, imho
February 27, 2013 Subject:
this is the same complaint i had yesterday and the times before
if you can't download and listen to the music from this site why the hell is it listed?
i know the guy who answered yesterday pointed out that the tape is available on disc and blah blah blah.
i thank him for that, but i also noticed that myself. it just doesn't answer the question why it's listed here if you can't access it here.
and not only is it listed once, but three times, and in each instant you can't access it.
that to me is crazy and makes absolutely no sense.
again, no rating for the same reason as yesterday. and yes the concert itself may be a five-pointer, as i'm sure it is, but the access from this site is zero.
July 12, 2011 Subject:
Some people have problems
Look, Mr. Islam sucks, I can't help it if I was born when I was and didn't start seeing the band until the early 80s. I guess in your view that makes me a d-bag through no fault of my own -- why insult my parents? Get off your sanctimonious high horse and get some therapy. You also seem to have a problem that the band started to become commercially successful. Do you think anybody was playing in a band back then just so they could be poor? Everybody saw the commercial success of the Beatles and said, "hey, we can do that too." The Dead are no different. They deserve to make money off their music. So, if you like the Grateful Dead, enjoy the plenty of free music on the Archive but also support the commercial releases of your choice.
damn this dudes got something to say about every show, what a head! you must have heard a lot of shows and seen alot of shows, this guy thinks the dead after 74 is a money machine that pleases the record company's. or at least he says so in his show reviews. but he must not be listening to the music clearly with all that ego in the way. oh and i gladly buy Commercially released stuff because if nobody did the band we know and love today wouldn't be around.
September 28, 2010 Subject:
If wishes and but's were clusters and nuts , we would make granola
And nothing comes for free .
It's '69 GD . It is necessary . Find a way to listen to it .
It's as easy as walking or talking .
September 23, 2010 Subject:
Okay all the douche bag dead heads from the 80's to the present probably have no fuckin' clue this poster exists....
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